2000trees Festival launches monthly payment scheme‏

November 4, 2014


2000trees Festival launches monthly payment scheme

Fresh from winning a fourth national award and selling out of super early bird tickets in record time, the 2000trees Festival has now introduced a monthly instalment scheme to make it easier to discover new and underground acts.

Organisers are giving music fans the chance to buy tickets at last year’s prices for a limited time. They also revealed they have confirmed two amazing headline acts for 2015.

Two day tickets are just £9.50 per month for 8 months (£76) and three-day tickets are £11.50 per month (£92), if you sign up by November 30 – full details are available at

2000trees sees 5,000 music lovers gathering to enjoy the very best new and underground rock and indie music on six stages, plus comedy, DJs, silent disco, and quality food, drink and market stalls featuring products from around the world.

It takes place in the picturesque Cotswolds next July 9-11 and plans are in place to ensure the ninth festival is better than ever.

Organiser Si Maltas said: “Everyone knows small, independent festivals are the best place to enjoy a relaxing, intimate and fun weekend with friends while listening to some of the finest acts around for a fraction of the price of mainstream events – and there are almost no queues!

“We’re often told what good value a 2000trees ticket is, but we’ve introduced this brand new payment scheme to make it even more affordable, as people can spread the cost over eight months and secure their ticket before they sell out.

“We’re really excited about confirming our headliners – more news on that soon – and we’re also looking to introduce news bars, more activities and cool places to relax like the Forest Sessions stage which was introduced this year and proved a huge success.

2000trees has established itself as one of the leading small festivals in the British summer calendar, winning the Grass Roots Festival Award in the UK Festival Awards 2013 and 2010 and earlier this month scooping the ‘Supporter of Emerging Talent’ award at the Association of Independent Festivals Awards.

To sign up to the monthly payment scheme or for more information visit


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